EAGLE FORD SHALE GOVERNOR RICK PERRY'S EMINENT DOMAIN OVERYOUR OIL RIGHTS
Eagle Ford Shale Your Oil Rights
By G N O'Dell July 8, 2011Do you have ancestral roots in South Central Texas? You might want to eat out less this week and invest the savings in atank of gas and spend some time in La Salle County Texas reading tomb stones of family pioneers that lay in rest on thebiggest oil/ Gas boom that has hit Texas sense the 1950's. You won't see much if you take the beaten path of I35 Southtowards Laredo; just miles of sage brush, cactus, and mesquite trees.Occasionally, you will see empty farm houses and closed businesses dotting the way as a constant reminder left in thewake of Bush era tax cuts to the wealthy and Big Oil tax exemptions that caused the biggest global meltdown sense theGreat Depression or is it proper to say by now the Great Depression II so we don't get confused? You cannot help butwonder with empathy, where these people are sleeping tonight or if their children make up the statistics of the 30%high school dropout rate in Texas.
If you’re a roughneck or oil engineer looking for a job, it's just old news that assimilated faster than new high speed
internet corporations that gobbled up billions in grant money for the same old service. If you just want to find out aboutthe oil rights grandma left the family but did not file a will in probate, just head toward the Cataula Court House that isin the process of being totally restored to its original bright colored mosaic of ceramic tiles; however, you won't findwhat you are looking for there because the records have been moved to a temporary location.To find the court records for rightful aire to oil and gas rights, you need to go to the old school house where PresidentLyndon Johnson taught my kin wondering why an oil tycoon moved 100rds of miles south of Johnson City to get ateaching job. That's where all the hand written journals are now stored and available to search for your land deed andmineral rights.You better get their quick, law students fill the halls searching for you, studying old books that have not been openedsense the day they were closed and put on the shelf as a record of court proceedings dating back to when the NuecesRiver was the actual border between Texas Mexico not the Rio Grande. If it's too crowded and the wait is long stop bythe Cataula library dedicated to my great great grandpa who was in charge of land grant distribution appointed by theTexas Railroad Commission.Take the scenic view South of San Antonio by way of Somerset down rural route 1333 on the east side of highway I35. If you need a more detailed abstract map, just use Texas Governors Rick Perry's eminent domain green Crayola drawing of the planned Trans Corridor Highway that marks the spot of hidden treasures that could make you a millionaire.Bring along the camera too, you might get lucky like we did and spot a UFO. Yesterday after driving for 45 minuteshypnotized to the road mirages of summer heat, a kid in the back seat says, "Look a flying saucer!" I immediately said,
Is it a bird, Is it's a Plane, No it's Super Drone!" Capable of reading a milk carton a 20,000 feet, unable to read a licenseplate at a right angle or straight down.